Aug 25, 2018 12:59 AM|markfitzme|LINK
First, get rid of the Response.Redirect in your finally. This will at least let your Response.Write show an error, though Response.Write is really not a good way to do this at all. Try adding something in the .aspx markup, like an <asp:Literal> control so
you can set it's Text property to be the exception. Without that exception it's going to be very hard to determine what is happening.